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Unphased by two years of supply chain disruption, pandemic, and extreme weather, seed treatments continue to be a positive for manufacturers and retailers.
Overall, this year looks like it was a mixed bag for the seed treatment sector. Luckily, the future looks somewhat brighter.
Following some lackluster years, performance-wise, the seed treatment category for ag retailers returned to a growth curve in 2021.
Seed treatment equipment enjoyed a rebound in ’21 after years of wavering sales.
Higher commodity prices and innovative solutions help grow the market.
As part of the dynamic that is the customer journey, consider the partnership approach to the younger generation grower.
Ag players know this well: Opportunities arise out of challenges.
New technology and rigorous testing help seed treatments deliver trust among growers and increased value.
Through all the uncertainty impacting agriculture during 2020, seed treatment remains an important consideration for ag retailers and their grower-customers.
We’ve come a long in this industry, from seeing chemical seed treatments strictly as a way to avoid […]
Accuracy and transparency are two factors of seed care equipment that every ag retailer should consider, according to […]
Seed care, as a part of the average ag retailer’s business, remains as important as ever, according to […]
As seed care equipment continues to become an important part of facilities around the country, ag retailers should […]
Marty Robinson, Senior Marketing Manager of Seed Treatments North America with Nutrien Ag Solutions, has handled seed treatment […]
Vince Wertman harks to “Moore’s law” — a computing term that originated in 1965 — when asked to […]
When it comes to biologicals and seed treatment, it’s best to handle with even more care than usual. […]
Seed treatment has been one of the most reliably steady growth areas for ag retailers during the past […]
Traited seed is easily the highest fixed-cost input among soybean and cereal crops growers, according to a study […]
From the latest Farm Progress Show, Rick Smith, Marketing Director for KSi, had several big takeaways. The From the […]